From workshop to workshop, the table is the center of all and for writing clay: a spinner, mirettes, ébauchoirs, a thread, a needle, a knife, cookie cutters, a set of hijacked, incongruous tools. The table, the primary space for kneading and shaping clay. The lathe, the continuity of a gesture long learned and assimilated. The kiln, a break from one state to another.
La main objet de la pensée dessinée, s'égarer, s'affranchir, et construire autour du vide la forme argile.
The void, an intangible element of ceramic sculpture, is the starting point from which to build and structure the object through simple gestures. The gesture is not emphasis, it is self-sufficient, slow, acquired through impregnation, a determined, announced ritual. The ceramic object is the memory of the hands.
Lauréat de la récompense Dialogues du Prix Liliane Bettencourt pour l'Intelligence de la Main® 2011